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True Stories of Triumph in the Midst of Turbulence As told to Chaya Sara Ben Shachar The rabbis agreed that the time had come for our family to leave China. "lt is a clear case of sakanas nefashos." I called a travel agent on Friday morning. By Motza'ei Shabbos we were heading to the airport. Suddenly, I slapped my head. "Sara'le," I said. "With all of the rush and craziness I completely forgot to make Havdalah." "It's okay, Dovi. There's a Starbucks in the airport and Havdalah can also be made on coffee." I smiled. Fourteen members of my kehillah were milling about next to the shop entrance. "I'm making Havdalah out loud for you all," I said "Let's stand together." I opened my siddur, and lifted the cup of steaming coffee. "Hinei Kel yeshuasi.... Behold, Hashem is my salvation; Iwill trust, and not be afraid." The words seemed to take on new meaning against the backdrop of a virus that was claiming lives and changing the world at an alarming pace. The coronavirus has changed the face of reality for billions around the globe. Within the Jewish community, simchos have been celebrated with less than a minyan in attendance, people's livelihoods and lives have been altered in unfathomable ways, and levayahs have become far too frequent. World in Lockdown explores the profound effects of a virus that has forced the world to examine and redefine its norms and priorities. In this book, twenty-four people share their stories of triumph and personal strength in the face of adversity. Written in a candid, engaging, and dramatic style, this book will leave readers identifying with the interviewees, laughing and crying with them, and reveling in their successes. Indeed, it is a book that will also leave readers celebrating their own successes in the face of one of recent history's most trying times. Pages: 248
In Forest Fields - The Garden of Prayer and Hitbodedut - Hebrew This is Rabbi Shalom Arush's new book that we've all been waiting for! Hitbodedut, personal prayer is the number one proof that one has emuna. One who believes in Hashem speaks with Hashem. How can one claim to believe in Hashem if he does not speak to Him? Rebbe Nachman teaches that everyone from the greatest to the simplest man should spend an hour a day in hitbodedut. In this book Rabbi Arush teaches us how. A life-changer! Order Now! Paperback, 415 pages.
A wildly funny book filled with anecdotes of real people saying things in Hebrew that they'd never dream of saying when speaking in English. Yet somehow in attempted Hebrew, things come out not quite like they imagined... Read this book and have the laugh of a lifetime! Order today!
The Garden of Emuna - Russian New Expanded Edition! This incredible best-seller is your ultimate practical guide to life! Discover the power of emuna and get powerful tools for dealing with life's challenges. "By way of emuna, life in this world is more beautiful, and...the entire world is like a blossoming garden." By Rabbi Shalom Arush. Paperback, 366 pages. An absoulte must-have! Order Now!
Another amazing booklet from Rav Arush! For women only.
Beautiful shtender made of mahagony wood. Silver-plated facing with "And you will toil day and night". Size: 33 x 38 cm.